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Roaring 20's Murder: Death By Bathtub Gin Immersive Experience


2064 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027

Sunday, August 27th at 8:00pm PDT

“If you like true crime and theater, then this is the show for you!”

It’s 1923, and the speakeasy is packed for the birthday party of Al Spumoni, the world-famous bootlegger and ice cream tycoon. A waiter dims the lights for Al to blow out the candles on his cake. When the lights come back up, Al toasts the crowd, takes one sip of his special drink, then chokes and dies.

Who poisoned Al’s bathtub gin while the lights were out? Was it one of the gangsters in the room? A high-kicking flapper? A visiting silent film star? Or could it have been—YOU?

Please note, Dal Milanese will be offering a prix fixe menu for $49 to be collected the day of performance.

Performance starts at 8:00pm 
Doors open at 7:30pm 

There's only one way to find out: Attend "TERROR IN TINSELTOWN" at The Velvet Martini Lounge.

There's only one way to find out: Attend "Roaring 20's Murder: Death By Bathtub Gin" at Dal Milanese.

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A Few of Our Killer Clients


Why Choose Broadway Murder Mysteries?

At Broadway Murder Mysteries, we offer theatricized murder mystery experiences where you and your guests are a part of the show as either suspicious suspects or sleuthing detectives. 

Our Lead Detective will guide your group through a 90-minute experience where you work together to solve a fictional crime over the course of three rounds of game play. 

With dozens of signature murder mystery party games to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect theme for your group whether it’s a corporate event, birthday, holiday party, or special occasion!

Our professional host will transport your group to a different time and place as you work through rounds of questions and answers from suspects, mix and mingle, and ultimately make your accusations.

All our private parties are guaranteed to be a killer time!

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Murder Mystery Party

Our Murder Mystery Parties are unique, immersive, theatrical experiences where you and your guests are a part of the show!

Our Lead Detective will turn your guests into suspicious suspects and sleuthing detectives as you work together to solve the crime! But watch out, the killer could be YOU!

Our murder mystery parties are great for corporate team building, office holiday parties, birthdays, and more. We'll have your guests dying for an invite to the next one!

Click the button below to select your theme and book your party directly on our calendar! Instant booking is best for virtual parties.

What Our Killer Audiences Have to Say . . .

Ann S.

Thank you to the entire crew at Broadway Murder Mysteries. Everyone has been so wonderful, responsive and thorough, and this has, by far, been the easiest holiday party to coordinate!

Mark F.

OMG what a fabulous time we had. Our host was amazing. Couldn’t imagine a better birthday event. I say run don’t walk and book them for your next event. From beginning to end it was great, professional, and well worth every penny. I am still over the moon. 

Rebecca L.

Thank you so much for that and thank you for your level of professionalism with such an unruly bunch of people. Ontario is under a complete stay at home order due to such high covid cases and it was just what everyone needed to blow off some steam. Cannot thank you enough.

Meet The Cast!

Maki Borden (Trip Fallington) Recent Theater Credits: Our Lady of 121st Street dir. Phylicia Rashad (The Signature), Wolf in the River dir. Adam Rapp and Inanimate (The Flea), and A 24-Decade History of Popular Music dir. Taylor Mac/Niegel Smith (St. Ann's Warehouse), Then They Forgot About The Rest dir. David Mendizábal (Intar). Maki trained at the University of Texas at Austin and with the LAByrinth Theater Company as an Acting Fellow. 

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